Archive for the ‘Information of Interest’ Category

Revista de Ciencia de la Legislación

The Universidad del Salvador, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has released this month a first periodical about Legislative Science called Revista de Ciencia de la Legislación, under the direction of Prof. Mag. Ramón Gerónimo Brenna. To read Revista de Ciencia de la Legislación, number 1, please click here

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Call for applications: The Erasmus+ Joint Master Degree on Parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting (EUPADRA) 2017/2018

The Erasmus+ Joint Master Degree on Parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting (EUPADRA) represents the first Master based on student mobility which allows the study of parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting in three different European capitals, seats of National Parliaments and meeting points of private actors and NGOs working in the sector of parliamentary affairs (Rome, […]

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The German Society for Legislation – DGG

Since laws define the circumstances in which a culturally diverse society functions, law making is a substantial tool of a modern state. The Parliament and the Government have to observe whether the intended effects of a law have occurred, in order to determine the potential need for changes. The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gesetzgebung (German Society for […]

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2017 KLRI International Conference: June 28th

Over the past decade, the Korea Legislative Research Institute has deeply studied the subject of “Legislative Evaluation.” Despite the importance of Legislative Evaluation in many countries, the question on  how to measure the laws and the standards and criteria to draft good laws? still remains unanswered. To discuss these type of questions from a legislative reform and better […]

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Post-Graduate Course on Drafting of Administrative Regulations in Lisbon Law School

From May 18th to June 8th 2017, the Lisbon Law School with host a Post-Graduate Course on Drafting of Administrative Regulations. The post-graduate course is organized by ICJP/ CIDP – Lisbon Centre for Research in Public Law and it aims to provide its participants a broad insight on how to draft administrative regulations according to Legistics’ rules […]

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SSL – SEVAL’s 2017 annual conference

The Swiss Association Society (SSL/SGG) is an organization which aims to develop the legislation drafting in Switzerland. It provides training and organizes scientific conferences on legislation drafting. The Swiss Evaluation Society (SEVAL) is an association that promotes the exchange and improvement of evaluation information and experiences between politics, administration, universities, NGOs and the private sector. This association organizes conferences […]

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Refit – making EU law simpler and less costly

REFIT is part of the Commission’s better regulation agenda. It makes sure that EU laws deliver their intended benefits for citizens, businesses and society while removing red tape and lowering costs. It also aims to make EU laws simpler and easier to understand. REFIT pays particular attention to small businesses, which can be disproportionately affected […]

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KLRI Journal of Legislation Research

The KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation (KJLL) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published bi-annually by the Korea Legislation Research Institute (KLRI) covering information not only from Korean law and legislation, but from diverse countries, such as Germany, UK, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Portugal Hungary and Japan, etc. These authors have contributed their valuable papers, containing […]

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Observatory of Portuguese Legislation

The Observatory of Portuguese Legislation is a research project initiated in January 2005, at the Centre of Research and Development on Law and Society (CEDIS), of the NOVA Law School, Lisbon. On its creation the aim of this innovative research project was to present a quantitative analysis of Portuguese legislation, as a major contribution for […]

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The Theory and Practice of Legislation

The Theory and Practice of Legislation aims to offer an international and interdisciplinary forum for the examination of legislation. The focus of the journal, which succeeds the former title Legisprudence, remains with legislation in its broadest sense. Legislation is seen as both process and product, reflection of theoretical assumptions and a skill. The journal addresses […]

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